The Mater Hospital in Dublin is reminding the public that all patients and visitors must wear facemasks.
The hospital says visitor restrictions remain in place in order to protect the health and safety of the patients and staff.
Only people visiting patients in critical care, vulnerable young adults, or those whose loved ones are receiving end of life care, are allowed on campus.
1/4The Mater Hospital would like to remind everyone that visitor restrictions remain in place in order to protect the health and safety of the patients we care for and our staff. The only visitors who are allowed on campus are those who are visiting patients in critical care,
— Mater Hospital Trauma (@MaterTrauma) September 18, 2020
No children are permitted to visit the hospital under any circumstances.
Management says: "Our staff across every part of the hospital continue to carry out trojan work around the clock to deal with Covid-19, care for those infected and to protect and care for other patients in the hospital. The Mater Hospital is employing all infection control measures and every effort is being made to manage and control the spread of the virus."